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  1. Repetitive traumatic brain injuries in American football players (AFPs) can lead to the neurodegenerative disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). Clinical symptoms of CTE range from mood and behavioral...

    Authors: Theres Bastgen, Janis Evers, Christiane Oedekoven, Caroline Weide, Lars Herzog, Nicholas Ashton, Henrik Zetterberg, Kaj Blennow, Alexandra Albus, Natasha Vidovic, Oliver Kraff, Cornelius Deuschl, Richard Dodel and J. Alexander Ross
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:13
  2. 5q-associated spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) are two distinct neurological disorders leading to degeneration of lower motor neurons. The antisense oligonucleotides (ASOs)...

    Authors: Maximilian Vidovic, Mario Menschikowski, Maren Freigang, Hanna Sophie Lapp and René Günther
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:11
  3. Novel treatments are needed to control refractory status epilepticus (SE). This study aimed to assess the potential effectiveness of fenfluramine (FFA) as an acute treatment option for SE. We present a summary...

    Authors: Adam Strzelczyk, Hendrik Becker, Lisa Tako, Susanna Hock, Elke Hattingen, Felix Rosenow and Catrin Mann
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:10
  4. Patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) have been reported to exhibit unusual bouts of creativity (e.g., painting, writing), in particular in the context of treatment with dopaminergic agents. Here we investiga...

    Authors: Marcus Heldmann, Celia Rinckens, Norbert Brüggemann, Mohamed Al-Khaled and Thomas F. Münte
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:9
  5. While subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation (STN-DBS) improves the quality of life (QoL) of patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD), the clinical parameters that predict this improvement remain debated. Th...

    Authors: Carolin Semmler, Vasilija Stopic, Stefanie T. Jost, Gereon R. Fink, Peter H. Weiss and Michael T. Barbe
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:8
  6. Acquired brain injuries are among the most common causes of disability in adulthood. An intensive rehabilitation phase is crucial for recovery. However, there is a lack of concepts to further expand the therap...

    Authors: Mareike Schrader, Annette Sterr, Tobias Strank, Stephan Bamborschke and Christian Dohle
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:7
  7. Endovascular thrombectomy (EVT) is the most effective treatment for acute ischemic stroke caused by large vessel occlusion (LVO). Yet, long-term outcome (LTO) and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in thes...

    Authors: Andreas Rogalewski, Nele Klein, Anja Friedrich, Alkisti Kitsiou, Marie Schäbitz, Frédéric Zuhorn, Burkhard Gess, Björn Berger, Randolf Klingebiel and Wolf-Rüdiger Schäbitz
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:2
  8. The diagnosis of neurosarcoidosis (NS) remains challenging due to the difficulty to obtain central nervous system (CNS) biopsies. Various diagnostic parameters are considered for the definition of possible, pr...

    Authors: Jessy Chen, Giulia Metzger, Christian Furth, Georg Bohner and Volker Siffrin
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:12
  9. Status epilepticus in pregnancy (SEP) is rare and life-threatening for both mother and fetus. There are well-established guidelines for the management of women with epilepsy during pregnancy; however, there is...

    Authors: Dionne Swor, Pallavi Juneja, Charlotte Constantine, Catrin Mann, Felix Rosenow and Suzette LaRoche
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:3
  10. The strengthening of interdisciplinary care collaboration in Parkinson's disease is taking on increasing importance in daily medical routine. Therefore, care providers worldwide are organizing themselves in di...

    Authors: Carina Lummer, Carsten Eggers, Andreas Becker, Fenja Demandt and Tobias Warnecke
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:5
  11. The treatment of ischemic stroke (IS) has changed considerably in recent years. Particularly the advent of mechanical thrombectomy (MTE) has revolutionized the available treatment options. Most patients in dev...

    Authors: Matthias N. Ungerer, Dirk Bartig, Daniel Richter, Christos Krogias, Werner Hacke and Christoph Gumbinger
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:4
  12. Corticobasal syndrome (CBS) is a clinical syndrome determined by various underlying neurodegenerative disorders requiring a pathological assessment for a definitive diagnosis. A literature review was performed...

    Authors: Giulia Remoli, Edoardo Dalmato Schilke, Andrea Magi, Antonio Ancidoni, Giulia Negro, Fulvio Da Re, Maura Frigo, Martina Giordano, Nicola Vanacore, Marco Canevelli, Carlo Ferrarese, Lucio Tremolizzo and Ildebrando Appollonio
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2024 6:1
  13. In sepsis-associated critical illness neuromyopathy (CIPNM) serial electrical stimulation of motor nerves induces a short-lived temporary recovery of compound muscle action potentials (CMAPs) termed facilitati...

    Authors: Madona Sekhniashvili, Petra Baum and Klaus V. Toyka
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:66
  14. Endovascular stroke treatment (EST) has become the standard treatment for patients with stroke due to large vessel occlusion, especially in earlier time windows. Only few data from population-based registries ...

    Authors: Sonja Hyrenbach, Susanne Rode, Martin Schabet, Michael Daffertshofer, Karin Schoser, Stephan Neumaier and Peter A. Ringleb
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:67
  15. Epilepsy surgery is an established treatment for drug-resistant focal epilepsy (DRFE) that results in seizure freedom in about 60% of patients. Correctly identifying an epileptogenic lesion in magnetic resonan...

    Authors: Leonhard Mann, Felix Rosenow, Adam Strzelczyk, Elke Hattingen, Laurent M. Willems, Patrick N. Harter, Katharina Weber and Catrin Mann
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:65
  16. Endovascular thrombectomy (EVT) is highly effective in acute stroke patients with intracranial large vessel occlusion (LVO), however, presence of concomitant cervical occlusion of the internal carotid artery (...

    Authors: Norma J. Diel, Stefan T. Gerner, Omar Alhaj Omar, Johannes Kalder, Enikö Manz, Paula R. Keschenau, Tobias Struffert, Thomas Brueckner, Hagen B. Huttner and Thorsten R. Doeppner
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:60
  17. The modified Rankin scale (mRS) at 3 months is established as the primary outcome measure in clinical stroke trials. Traditionally, the mRS is assessed through an unstructured face-to-face interview. This appr...

    Authors: Lennart Steffen Milles, Doreen Pommeranz, Woon Hyung Chae, Jordi Kühne Escolà, Christoph Kleinschnitz, Martin Köhrmann and Benedikt Frank
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:59
  18. Choreiform movement disorders are characterized by involuntary, rapid, irregular, and unpredictable movements of the limbs, face, neck, and trunk. These movements often initially go unnoticed by the affected i...

    Authors: Carsten Saft, Jean-Marc Burgunder, Matthias Dose, Hans Heinrich Jung, Regina Katzenschlager, Josef Priller, Huu Phuc Nguyen, Kathrin Reetz, Ralf Reilmann, Klaus Seppi and Georg Bernhard Landwehrmeyer
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:63
  19. Ameliorating symptoms and signs of Huntington’s disease (HD) is essential to care but can be challenging and hard to achieve. The pharmacological treatment of motor signs (e.g. chorea) may favorably or unfavor...

    Authors: Carsten Saft, Jean-Marc Burgunder, Matthias Dose, Hans Heinrich Jung, Regina Katzenschlager, Josef Priller, Huu Phuc Nguyen, Kathrin Reetz, Ralf Reilmann, Klaus Seppi and Georg Bernhard Landwehrmeyer
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:61
  20. Evaluation of outcome after stroke is largely based on assessment of gross function 3 months after stroke onset using scales such as mRS. Cognitive or social functions, level of symptom burden or emotional hea...

    Authors: Marie Schäbitz, Leona Möller, Anja Friedrich, Nele Klein, Alkisti Kitsiou, Isabell Greeve, Anja Gerstner, Leonard Wulff, Wolf-Rüdiger Schäbitz, Lars Timmermann and Andreas Rogalewski
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:62
  21. Authors: Dirk Sander, Thorsten Bartsch, Florian Connolly, Christian Enzinger, Urs Fischer, Nils Nellessen, Holger Poppert, Kristina Szabo and Helge Topka
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:64

    The original article was published in Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:15

  22. As a complication of subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), vasospasm substantially contributes to its morbidity and mortality. We aimed at analyzing predictors of outcome for these patients including the role of endo...

    Authors: Sina Burth, Jan Meis, Dorothea Kronsteiner, Helena Heckhausen, Klaus Zweckberger, Meinhard Kieser, Wolfgang Wick, Christian Ulfert, Markus Möhlenbruch, Peter Ringleb and Silvia Schönenberger
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:57
  23. Fetal acetylcholine receptor antibody-associated disorders (FARAD), caused by in utero exposure to maternal antibodies directed against the fetal acetylcholine receptor (AChR), is a rare condition occurring in...

    Authors: Matthias Wassenberg, Andreas Hahn, Anna Mück and Heidrun H. Krämer
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:58
  24. Diffuse midline gliomas (DMG) are universally lethal central nervous system tumors that carry almost unanimously the clonal driver mutation histone-3 K27M (H3K27M). The single amino acid substitution of lysine...

    Authors: Niklas Grassl, Katharina Sahm, Heike Süße, Isabel Poschke, Lukas Bunse, Theresa Bunse, Tamara Boschert, Iris Mildenberger, Anne-Kathleen Rupp, Max Philipp Ewinger, Lisa-Marie Lanz, Monika Denk, Ghazaleh Tabatabai, Michael W. Ronellenfitsch, Ulrich Herrlinger, Martin Glas…
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:55
  25. As the clinical differentiation between epileptic seizures, psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES), and syncope depends mainly on a detailed report of the event, which may not be available, an objective ass...

    Authors: Ramy Abdelnaby, Anas Elgenidy, Jan Heckelmann, Mahmoud Mostafa Bedewy, Ahmed Samy Shabib, Mohamed Ayman Ebrahim, Khaled Abdelmoneim Elmenawi, Imene Maallem, Merna Wagih Youssef, Abdelrahman M. Attia, Mostafa Hossam Moawad, Khaled Ashraf Mohamed and Ahmed Gaballa
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:56
  26. Causal therapies are not yet available for most neuromuscular diseases. Additionally, data on the use of complementary or alternative therapies (CAM) in patients groups with a variety of different neuromuscula...

    Authors: Lene Änne Böhne, Corinna Wirner, Benedikt Schoser, Carsten Schröter and Petra Baum
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:53
  27. Embolic stroke of undetermined source (ESUS) accounts for a substantial proportion of ischaemic strokes. A stroke recurrence score has been shown to predict the risk of recurrent stroke in patients with ESUS b...

    Authors: Thies Ingwersen, Manuel C. Olma, Eckhard Schlemm, Carola Mayer, Bastian Cheng, Serdar Tütüncü, Paulus Kirchhof, Roland Veltkamp, Joachim Röther, Ulrich Laufs, Darius G. Nabavi, George Ntaios, Matthias Endres, Karl Georg Haeusler and Götz Thomalla
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:51
  28. Headache is one of the most common neurological manifestations of COVID-19, but it is unclear whether chronic headache as a symptom of Post-COVID-19 is associated with ongoing CNS damage. We compared cerebrosp...

    Authors: Laura de Boni, Alexandru Odainic, Natalie Gancarczyk, Luisa Kaluza, Christian P. Strassburg, Xenia A. K. Kersting, Ullrich Wüllner, Susanne V. Schmidt and Gabor C. Petzold
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:49
  29. This letter to the editor discusses “the use of video-EEG monitoring to guide antiseizure medication (ASM) withdrawal in patients with epilepsy” [1]. The author highlights the potential benefits of this approach,...

    Authors: Obed Okwoli Apochi
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:47

    The original article was published in Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:20

  30. Patients with an intensive care unit-acquired weakness (ICU-AW) often present clinically with severe paresis of the limb and trunk muscles while facial muscles appear less affected. To investigate whether the ...

    Authors: Maximilian Lochter, Martin Sommer, Onnen Moerer and Caspar Stephani
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:50
  31. Cognitive decline is a major factor for the deterioration of the quality of life in patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease (PD). Recently, it was reported that cognitive training (CT) in PD patients with ...

    Authors: Carlos Trenado, Paula Trauberg, Saskia Elben, Karina Dimenshteyn, Ann-Kristin Folkerts, Karsten Witt, Daniel Weiss, Inga Liepelt-Scarfone, Elke Kalbe and Lars Wojtecki
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:46
  32. The aim of this study was to examine in patients with idiopathic and neurodegenerative normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) if motor and cognitive performance as well as changes in biomarkers in cerebrospinal f...

    Authors: Leonard L. Klemke, Katharina Müller-Schmitz, Aschwin Kolman and Rüdiger J. Seitz
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:52
  33. The incidence of community-acquired acute bacterial meningitis has decreased during the last decades. However, outcome remains poor with a significant proportion of patients not surviving and up to 50% of surv...

    Authors: Matthias Klein, Carsten Abdel-Hadi, Robert Bühler, Beatrice Grabein, Jennifer Linn, Roland Nau, Bernd Salzberger, Dirk Schlüter, Konrad Schwager, Hayrettin Tumani, Jörg Weber and Hans-Walter Pfister
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:44
  34. Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) is one of the most common immune neuropathies leading to severe impairments in daily life. Current treatment options include intravenous immunoglobulins...

    Authors: Lars Masanneck, Jan Voth, Niklas Huntemann, Menekse Öztürk, Christina B. Schroeter, Tobias Ruck, Sven G. Meuth and Marc Pawlitzki
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:39
  35. In a retrospective study, the data of direction-dependent deviations in dynamic subjective visual vertical (SVV) testing were analysed in 1811 dizzy patients (174 benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, 99 unilater...

    Authors: Johannes Gerb, Lena Padovan, Nicole Lehrer, Thomas Brandt and Marianne Dieterich
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:37
  36. Immunological alterations associated with increased susceptibility to infection are an essential aspect of stroke pathophysiology. Several immunological functions of adipose tissue are altered by obesity and a...

    Authors: Johanna Ruhnau, Christin Heuer, Carl Witt, Sonya Ceesay, Juliane Schulze, Stefan Gross, Maria Waize, Marie-Luise Kromrey, Jens-Peter Kühn, Sönke Langner, Uwe Grunwald, Barbara M. Bröker, Astrid Petersmann, Antje Steveling, Alexander Dressel and Antje Vogelgesang
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:42
  37. Cerebral vasculopathies frequently lead to severe medical conditions such as stroke or intracranial hemorrhage and have a broad range of possible etiologies that require different therapeutic regimens. However...

    Authors: Jan K. Focke and Markus Kraemer
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:38
  38. Over the last century, significant milestones have been achieved in managing critical illness and diagnosing and treating neurological diseases. Building upon these milestones, the field of neurocritical care ...

    Authors: Rainer Kollmar and Michael De Georgia
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:43
  39. Mobile gait sensors represent a compelling tool to objectify the severity of symptoms in patients with idiopathic Parkinson’s disease (iPD), but also to determine the therapeutic benefit of interventions. In p...

    Authors: F. Mügge, U. Kleinholdermann, A. Heun, M. Ollenschläger, J. Hannink and D. J. Pedrosa
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:33
  40. Assessment of quality of life (QoL) has become an important indicator for chronic neurological diseases. While these conditions often limit personal independence and autonomy, they are also associated with tre...

    Authors: Kai Siebenbrodt, Laurent M. Willems, Felix von Podewils, Peter Michael Mross, Michael Strüber, Lisa Langenbruch, Laura Bierhansl, Iris Gorny, Juliane Schulz, Bernadette Gaida, Nadine Conradi, Annika Süß, Felix Rosenow and Adam Strzelczyk
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:41
  41. The AT(N) research framework for Alzheimer's disease (AD) remains unclear on how to best deal with borderline cases. Our aim was to characterise patients with suspected AD with a borderline Aß1-42/Aß1-40 ratio i...

    Authors: Dariia Yosypyshyn, Domantė Kučikienė, Inez Ramakers, Jörg B. Schulz, Kathrin Reetz and Ana Sofia Costa
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:40
  42. The avoidance of hematoma expansion is the most important therapeutic goal during acute care of patients with intracerebral hemorrhage. Hematoma expansion occurs in up to 20–40% of patients and leads to poorer...

    Authors: David Haupenthal, Stefan Schwab and Joji B. Kuramatsu
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:36
  43. Movement disorders emergencies describe acute-onset neurological conditions in which a delay of recognition and treatment may cause severe morbidity and mortality of patients. Hyperkinetic movement disorders i...

    Authors: Anna Sauerbier, Alexandra Gronostay and Haidar S. Dafsari
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:35
  44. Stroke is a leading cause of mortality and disability worldwide and its occurrence is expected to increase in the future. Blood biomarkers have proven their usefulness in identification and monitoring of the d...

    Authors: Lino Braadt, Markus Naumann, Dennis Freuer, Timo Schmitz, Jakob Linseisen and Michael Ertl
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:31
  45. Multiple studies have focused on medical and pharmacological treatments and outcome predictors of patients with status epilepticus (SE). However, a sufficient understanding of recurrent episodes of SE is lacki...

    Authors: Kristina Bauer, Felix Rosenow, Susanne Knake, Laurent M. Willems, Leena Kämppi and Adam Strzelczyk
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:34
  46. Post-stroke infections may cause sepsis, which is associated with poor clinical outcome. Sepsis is defined by life-threatening organ dysfunction that can be identified using the Sequential Organ Failure Assess...

    Authors: Sebastian Stösser, Lisa Kleusch, Alina Schenk, Matthias Schmid and Gabor C. Petzold
    Citation: Neurological Research and Practice 2023 5:32

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